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Since Pearl Harbor


Published 1943


Documentary short from 1943 that details the wartime activities of the American Red Cross, thus far. Produced by Paramount / The March of Time for the War Activities Committee of the Motion Pictures Industry.

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Run time 7 minutes 33 seconds
Producer War Activities Committee of the Motion Pictures Industry
Audio/Visual sound, black & white

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Reviewer: RLT - - December 21, 2013
Subject: Narrator
The narrator for this short sounds like Westbrook Van Voorhis, narrator for the 1951 TV series, "Crusade in the Pacific."
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